Book Description

London, Hutchinson & Co. 1959. Near fine hardback covers in a near fine pictorial dust jacket with scarce promo band. Internally fine. Black and white ills. Exceptionally signed on her frontis picture by Elanor Roosevelt and by her Grand Daughter Nina Roosevelt
Dealer Notes
former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, follows her life after the death of her husband, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1945. It details her time as a delegate to the United Nations, chairperson of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights and a political activist for Democratic causes throughout the United States. It was one of the last publications of Mrs. Roosevelt, before her death in 1962.
Nina Roosevelt was just seven years old, her family moved from California to live with her grandmother at the small cottage, Val-Kill, in Hyde Park, New York. It was at Val-Kill Farm that Nina shared her childhood years with her remarkable grandmother Eleanor Roosevelt, the woman who would change her life.
Author ROOSEVELT, Eleanor.
Date 1959
Binding Cloth
Publisher Hutchinson & Co
Condition Near Fine
Pages 287

Price: £450.00

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